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God bless the man, 93 years old and moving, reacting, speaking like he was only in his 50's (even younger)!!Veteran of the Great Patriotic War “moved” to the T-72B3 tank.
93-year-old World War II veteran Gabdrauf Salyakhovich Gareev, driver of the legendary T-34 tank, moved to T-72B3.
Nice post, Tracer. Not so familiar with the Buran.The AN-225 with the Buran Space Shuttle. There is a second AN-225, that is still sitting in the production line, after production stopped decades ago.
There is some truth to this popular mechanics story. The AN-225 was developed because Russia didn't have a large commercial airliner to transport the Buran. NASA used the 747 to transport the space shuttle, and it worked quite well. Here is the 2nd AN-225 still in the hangar. I hope one day this aircraft will fly.Nice post, Tracer. Not so familiar with the Buran.
Made me want to do my homework, and ran across this (but maybe you already know all about it):
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